Conservatories don’t have to be attached to your property. Given enough space, a garden conservatory can look stunning on its own within the grounds of your home.
Garden conservatories are a fantastic way of creating an entirely different space and environment to the main building. Used as an office, creative space or just a cosy bolthole, these builds do not just add value to your home, but also your lifestyle.
These garden rooms can be anything you want them to be. Their flexibility means that they can take on any type of formation.
Edwardian – Edwardian conservatories are known for their simplicity. They are usually a simple square/rectangle-based structure with a pitched roof. There can be minor embellishments with finials and cresting but this is normally up to the client’s discretion.
Victorian – the golden age of the conservatory harks back to the Victorian age. This is where the emphasis was on detail, formation and motif. Victorian garden conservatories normally break out of the square-based mould and include bays, curves and more ornamental design to their overall shape.
Loggia – aspects of Italian design are included in a Loggia garden conservatory. Reminiscent of an orangery, loggia conservatories rely more on a solid structure, and less on an all-glass living space. These, then, are the ideal template for a garden conservatory.
Orangery – An orangery differs from a conservatory in being constructed more like a regular building. So, there are more panels, columns and dwarf walls than a regular glazed extension. While this allows a seamless continuation of the existing property, it also lends itself favourably to a detached garden conservatory. The structure is designed to be more insulating and solid with this type of substantial composition.
Our team of design consultants are on hand to walk you through the range of options and ideas available. Our exhibition centre in Bury St Edmunds is the ideal place to start the journey to building your dream garden conservatory.
With different glazing options, building materials, ventilation systems and construction methods available. We have all the tools including time, resources and advice required to design the perfect product and build it to the highest standards.
Adding a conservatory is not always built purely as an investment but, if done well can add significant value to your home. We want to be completely sure that what we build exceeds your expectations.